Pioneer Day is one of Paso's greatest celebrations and oldest traditions, bringing visitors and longtime locals together for a day full of festivities, history, and beans. Take a trip to old California during this event-packed day of family fun.
Cinco de Mayo, although a relatively minor holiday in Mexico, is a time to celebrate the rich Mexican culture and heritage that makes California what it is! What better way to celebrate than to experience the Spanish art and flavors that are woven throughout the City of Paso Robles. Whether you are a local, or visiting for the weekend, here are 4 fun and simple must-do’s this 5 de Mayo weekend!
It’s that time of year again! On May 13, classic cars, historic war planes and an automotive “mega” swap meet will combine for the ninth annual Warbirds, Wings & Wheels (WWW9) event in Paso Robles at the Estrella Warbird Museum.
You’ll only need a few minutes in the Paso Robles Downtown Park to see that Eroica California is so much more than just a cycling event. Most of us probably remember when the Tour of California professional race finished in Downtown, the fast finish, and subsequently quick exit by the cyclists and supporters as they moved on to the next location. For Eroica California, it’s all about soaking up the Paso Robles atmosphere and enjoying every moment of the weekend.
Are you ready to don your favorite attire and taste your way down the Paso Robles Distillery Trail during this mad tea party? The Distillers of San Luis Obispo County invite everyone to their 2017 Down the Rabbit Hole event. This Annual event will take place on February 25th from 3:30 to 7:30pm at the Estrella Warbird Museum.
Many people have experienced the traditional wine pairing dinner - the chef creates a delicious menu, which is complemented by a wine that enhances the meal’s flavor profile – but many people have not experienced a reverse wine dinner.
Now through March, Il Cortile Ristorante’s Chef Santos will be rethinking and reversing the traditional Chef’s table dinner. The ‘reverse’ aspect of the meal creatively asks guests to choose their wine first, with Chef Santos then creating a special three-course meal around the wine selection.
Fresh cuisine, robust wine and incredible scenery – there are a lot of great reasons to visit Paso Robles, and there’s no better time than now to stay and save! Local hotels and businesses have teamed up to offer their best deals of the season with the Passport to Paso, which could mean saving up to 25% on your stay during January and February and amazing offers on food, wine and adventure. So pack your bag and book your trip to Paso Robles.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and that means making plans for where to pop the champagne, sing your heart out and kiss that special someone. Send 2016 out with a bang, under the stars in Paso Robles’ Downtown City Park.
Paso Robles dining options run the gamut, from Japanese to Peruvian and everything in between! New additions to the culinary landscape in recent times include seafood (Catch), upscale comfort food (The Hatch) and made-to-order ice cream sandwiches (Batch) to name but a rhyming few.
Are you a lover of Rhone wine? The Rhone Rangers is America’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting American Rhone varietal wines. The 45+ members of the Paso Robles Chapter of the Rhone Rangers invite you to join them for a day in Paso Robles Wine Country with some of America’s leading producers of Rhone varietals at the 2017 Paso Robles Rhone Rangers Experience at Broken Earth Winery on Sunday, February 19.